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There are many beautiful people in this world - never forget you are one of them.

I see each portrait photo session as a sacred opportunity to connect with another person on a deep and personal level. It requires not only technical skill, but also a willingness to be vulnerable, to open ourselves up to the possibility of seeing and being seen in a new way.

We are all a little shy in front of the lens, and it takes some time and a lot of courage to trust and expose ourselves to a stranger. That is why I make it my mission to create a fun and lighthearted atmosphere during my photo shoots. Life is too short to take things too seriously, and I believe that laughter and playfulness are essential ingredients in the recipe for capturing beautiful, authentic portraits.

At the heart of every portrait session is a personal connection, a chance to share stories, experiences, and perspectives with another person. I believe that this connection is the foundation upon which the most powerful and moving images are created.

Working with people who are not models, I am constantly reminded that it is not their job to feel natural in front of the lens. That is where my role comes in - to teach them a few tricks or poses with the intention to capture the moments in between, the subtle nuances that reveal the true essence of who they are.

From my experience, most portrait sessions are getting more fun towards the end, by that time people let go of their inhibitions and start to play. They begin to add their own ideas into the mix, bringing their unique personalities and perspectives into the frame. It is a beautiful collaboration of creativity and self-expression, and I feel honored and grateful to be a part of it.


The biggest reward of all is when I receive messages from people I've photographed, telling me how much they love their portraits. It is an indescribable feeling to know that I have captured something truly special, something that they will treasure for a lifetime. To hear that they can't choose between the photos because they are all so beautiful is the ultimate compliment, and it reminds me why I do what I do - to help people see themselves in a new light, to capture moments of beauty and connection that they will cherish forever.

In the end, portrait photography is about more than just taking pictures. It is about creating a safe and sacred space where people can be themselves, where they can connect with others and with themselves in a deeper and more meaningful way.

It is a privilege that I take seriously, and one that I will always approach with an open heart, a curious mind, and a playful spirit.

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